it’s been awhile since i’ve done a follow-forever, so i thought it was time that i do another :) all of these are really just my current mutuals, but a few of you actually have been following me from the beginning, so thank you very, verrryyyy much if you have. i adore every single one of you and im so grateful for all of my mutuals and all of my lovely followers. i was going to put some of my faves in bold again, but i really can’t pick favorites from the list of all you guys. anyway, i hope all of you are having an awesome day/week & i hope the last bit of 2017 treats all of you well! 💖
the thing with docs is that you actually HAVE to feel the pain the first few days to weeks! and afterwards you get thick skin around all the areas which were injured and they become the most comfortable fucking shoes you will ever own! hell I even use mine to run around !!
Hi first I just have to say I'm a huge fan of your art ( I actually have a few prints on my wall. Secondly, I just had a quick question about your prints, do you get them printed at staples- because I myself was at halcon as a vendor and used staples and got some big white borders even through I had the DPI at 300. So once I printed my prints and trimmed them they would no longer be 11 X 17. I noticed yours are cut but still ended up being the right size. How did you manage that? Thanks :)
Heya! What you’re looking for is full bleed prints, which Staples doesn’t do for 11x17. I use MinuteMan Press over in Burnside, but I think they have a Halifax location too. The artwork should extend 1/8″ to 1/4″ extra beyond the finished dimensions (because cutting isn’t exact), the printers will print it on 12x18 paper and chop it down to 11x17. It’s pricier than Staples (cutting is $5 no matter how many papers) but worth it IMO. If you shoot them an e-mail they can tell you how to prep your art.
The red lion is temperamental and the most difficult to master. It’s faster and more agile than the others, but also more unstable. It’s pilot needs to be someone who relies more on instinct than skill alone.
Having dissociative amnesia is so weird because it’s not like normal forgetting where you’re kind of like “I think this happened but I don’t know the details”, it’s looking back at a period of your life and seeing absolutely nothing. There is nothing TO remember, it’s just like a big black pit where your childhood should be.